In addition to our work on priority issues, we also offer fee-for-service consultancy and training including workforce development and events coordination as described below.
Contact us to discuss your training and consultancy needs.
Workforce Development and Training
Does your organisation or community group need some training or professional development? WHIN offers training and education on a wide range of subjects, from gender equity to money management and family violence response. Training and professional development can be customised to respond to the specific needs of your group, including in-house training.
Do you need help with developing resources and publications? WHIN has a strong track record of producing quality, evidence-based resources including fact sheets, training manuals, regional strategies, posters, help cards, films with resource notes, annual reports, strategic plans, and research reports. We are keen to work with you to develop your organisation’s resources.
Events, Conferences and Forums
WHIN staff have many years of experience in planning and running forums, conferences and other events on topics ranging from the link between gambling harm and family violence, to diversity in disaster management, the influence of pornography on young people’s relationships, and family violence workforce resilience. Call us to discuss the options for planning your next event.
Do you need help with conducting qualitative research? Research underpins much of the work WHIN does including collating the data for fact sheets, gathering literature on what has worked when developing regional strategies, and conducting interviews for evaluations or to inform policy development. We are happy to discuss your research needs with you.
Gender Analysis and Audits
WHIN has developed a range of planning and audit tools to assist organisations to apply a gendered lens to their performance. Talk to us about applying a gendered analysis to your organisation.
WHIN has extensive experience preparing and delivering health information on issues relating to sexual and reproductive health, financial literacy, identifying and responding to family violence, gender equity and more. We pride ourselves on tailoring our communication to the specific audience whether it be migrants for whom English is a second language, health and welfare professionals or policy makers. We can work with you to tailor your materials to your audience.